Yale vs. Haas vs. NYU Stern?


shelly p
Hi everybody - I've been reading through this board and it's been very helpful.

I'm looking for a full-time program in the US. I've narrowed down my choice to three schools: Yale, UC Berkeley - Haas, and NYU Stern.

How would you rank these programs? My background is in marketing - I'm not sure if I'll stay in marketing after graduation, but at the very least I'd like a more strategic understanding of it.
Hi everybody - I've been reading through this board and it's been very helpful.

I'm looking for a full-time program in the US. I've narrowed down my choice to three schools: Yale, UC Berkeley - Haas, and NYU Stern.

How would you rank these programs? My background is in marketing - I'm not sure if I'll stay in marketing after graduation, but at the very least I'd like a more strategic understanding of it.

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shelly p
Anybody have any comments?
Anybody have any comments?
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ezra
Overall, Berkeley grads tend to have slightly better salaries than the other two. But that may also be due to the fact that they generally come in with slightly higher salaries as well.

If you did want to end up in a marketing capacity, I'd steer clear of Yale: it places far fewer of its grads in marketing roles than the other two.

It may come down to geography: where do you want to end up? At Haas you'd have better access to networking opportunities with high-tech firms; at Stern you'd have Wall Street at your fingertips.
Overall, Berkeley grads tend to have slightly better salaries than the other two. But that may also be due to the fact that they generally come in with slightly higher salaries as well.

If you did want to end up in a marketing capacity, I'd steer clear of Yale: it places far fewer of its grads in marketing roles than the other two.

It may come down to geography: where do you want to end up? At Haas you'd have better access to networking opportunities with high-tech firms; at Stern you'd have Wall Street at your fingertips.
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